For Sale, 2001 Toyota Camroad 4WD Diesel RVPrice: $47,500
Used RV for sale, Found an all-terrain Toyota RV offered for sale by the owner in Summerland, British Columbia, Canada. It compact self-contained class C made by Japanese RV maker Camroad based on a 2001 Toyota Dyna truck with fiberglass construction. Powered by a 5L diesel engine mated with an automatic transmission with 185000 km on it.
This Camroad was listed nearly a month ago on Craigslist and was still online when we posted here. 16-foot-long fiberglass 4WD right-hand drive diesel camper has a solar system power source, overall still in good shape, runs and drives perfectly, with no mechanical or leak issues. If you're one of the serious buyers, please read more below.
Detail by owner
Sadly, we are selling our beloved MoMo – a 2001 Toyota Dyna Camroad (Japanese import RV), 4x4 right-hand drive diesel. We have used her for great summer and winter adventures, but it is time to move on to something larger. She is easy to drive and park, and fits into a standard parking spot. She definitely turns heads and earns us lots of thumbs up, peace signs, and hang-loose signs wherever we go with her. People like the compact size, unique look and 4WD ability.
2001 Land Spirit Model Mini Class C Fibreglass Camper 5L Diesel Engine 3000 CC in great shape – only 185,000 km – these commercial engines are built to last and this one is running well. She is not fast up hills, but she has good power! Automatic transmission with manual locking hubs for 4x4; the gear shifter folds down to create easy access into the back from the driver’s seat. Has seat belts for 6 people.
Power System - Solar System Fully off-grid with 250 AH GoPower lithium iron phosphate battery and 390 Watts of solar power on roof. Room for additional battery and solar panels if needed. Renogy 30-Amp 12-volt DC-DC on board battery charger with MMPT charge controller; includes communication hub and BT-2 bluetooth module and power read out panel. House battery charges off AC, DC and vehicle alternator. Renogy 2000 watt 12-volt pure sine wave inverter Exterior shore power converted to North American plug in (30 amp). All solar components, battery, and wiring upgrades done by our local RV dealer.
Regularly maintained Recent air and fuel filter Kuhmo Road Venture All Terrain Tires (2020) – lots of life left, they have the mountain snowflake symbol. Also have snow chains. New external transmission oil cooler (2021) New vehicle battery (2021) Bilstein Back Shock Absorbers KYB Front Shock Absorbers (2021) Window seals all resealed (2022)
Weatherguard heavy duty steel roof rack Checker plates on roof for improved traction when walking up there Rear-mounted ladder Fiamma awning in good shape Webasto diesel heater that works off fuel tank to provide heat when the vehicle is turned off Thetford Cassette Toilet in the stand-up shower room (this means there’s no black water tank to drain) Hot water tank heated by electrical heating unit, Webasto heater or while driving with engine coolant line Water pump tied into hot water tank cold water tank; 6 gallon drinking water tank with manual counter top pump; grey water tank for wash water Panasonic backup camera and dash cam Bluetooth stereo/CD player in front of cab (Alpine CDE-143BT) Fan-Tastic ceiling vent fan and Sirocco wall fan for extra air flow in sleeping bunk New slideout Dometic CRX fridge – uses very little energy. Works on 12 volt DC (presently) and can work on 120 volt AC (alternatively) Cramer two-burner propane stove, we use a 5-lb tank with quick connect installed outside at the rear for easy set-up for cooking. The side storage compartment holds up to a 20-lb propane tank. Solid steel back cargo rack for coolers and extra gear – recently powder coated; has an additional receiver for bike rack.
Recently-installed a new custom food pantry, sliding pot drawer, utensil drawer, junk drawer, and drink cabinet. Added custom shelving and storage to existing closet. Two retractable clothes lines
Rides BC Ferries for regular fare (oversize vehicles), camper is only 16 ft 7 in. (506 cm) long originally, 18 ft 4 in. (559 cm) long with the rear rack, and is 9 ft 6 in. (290 cm) tall (including roof racks). Interior height is approximately 6 ft 2 in.
Items you might want to address: Interior camping door lock is sticky and sometimes difficult to lock. Last owners left a window open during a rain storm and one interior side panel has some old water damage. It’s not really visible, but panel could be replaced. Stove fan sometimes squeals….likely just needs a clean out. Webasto exhaust needs to be replaced.
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